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Aug 18, 2013 9:00am PDT
>>> high-tech firms send an angry letter to the obama administration over domestic surveillance. matthew prince not afraid to speak out this morning. plus, andy, son of a silicon valley legend, making dishwasher repairmen rich. and super hot startup ulala. this week on "press here." >> i'm scott mcgrew. this is something called a float switch. it is one of the most common things to go wrong inside your dishwasher. a repairman will make about $100 coming to your house to fix it. a guy who shows you how to do it yourself on the internet makes $100,000. >> essentially it's just a little float device that moves up and down. it can get stuck. >> that's tyler zimmerman, and he makes, on average, $100,000 a year giving appliance repair advice over the internet. through a site called >> it was fairly successful, working part-time. and i decided to work on it full-time now. >> pearl, formerly called just answer, is a collection of experts, more than 10,000, handing out advice on everything from oil changes to taxes to training your pet. >> good boy. >> andy kertzig comes from
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